List of Famous Indian Field Hockey Players

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This List contains the 10 Famous Indian Field Hockey Players .

Field Hockey is one of the most popular sport in  India in which 11 players each side. Hockey first time played in 19th Century in England. It is also known as Olympic sport which first match played in 1908.

As per find information, The National Indian Team of Field Hockey won gold medal many times in olympic. Here we are going to create a list about some greatest field hockey player. People who want to know, “Who is the Best Hockey Player in India”, they need to stuck on this article.

List of Famous Indian Field Hockey Players
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  1. Dhyan Chand is a professional field hockey player who considered as world’s greatest hockey player. He represented India in field hockey sport and earn many records in his playing carrier. He was also a part of 1928 Olympic games, 1932 Olympic and 1936 games of Berlin.
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  2. Balbir Singh Sr is popularly known as a professional Kabaddi Player from India who is also known as Balbir Singh Dosanjh. He was born on 10 October 1924 while currently living in Canada. Who won three times Gold Medal in summer olympic and two times silver medal in Asian games.
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  3. Mohammed Shahid is an Indian professional Kabaddi player who was born on 14 April 1980 Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Who was also a part of Olympic games of 1980 which were held in Moscow. According to Wikipedia, he won Gold medal in Olympic. Moreover, he also won Silver and Bronze in Asian games.
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  4. Dhanraj Pillay is a retired Indian field Hockey player who was captain of the Indian National Team. He was born on 16 July 1968 and started play hockey from 1992. He was also a part of Campion Challenge of 2001 Kauala Lumpur.
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  5. Ajit Pal Singh was born on 1 April 1947 in Sansarpur, Punjab, India. He was the famous hockey player of India. He was Arjun awardee of 1972. In the field, he always played in the at centre half position. He represented India in Olympics three times from 1968 to 1976 and won bronze medal in his first two Olympics Games.
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    Udham Singh

    Indian Hockey Player
    Udham Singh is a professional hockey player, He is one of the Greatest Hockey players from India. In his playing carrier, he won three times Gold medal in Olympic games and one silver medal in 1960.
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  7. Akash Chikte is an Hockey player who is also a part of Indian National Field Hockey Team. He playing at Goal Keeper position who was born on 25 July 1992 in Maharashtra and plays from Ranchi Rays club. He won Gold Medal in 2017 Asia cup.
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  8. Suraj Karkera is an Indian Field Hockey player who plays a main role as Goal Keeper. He is also a part of Indian National Hockey Team and best known to win Gold Medal in 2017 Asia Cup. He was born on 14 October 1995 in Bombay Maharashtra.
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    Parattu Raveendran Sreejesh

    Indian Field Hockey Player
    Parattu Raveendran Sreejesh is commonly known as Indian field hockey player who plays as Goalkeeper position and currently captain of Indian National Team. He start his playing carrier from 2005 and won many awards and medals. He won Gold medal in Asian games, bronze in Hockey World League, Silver in Champion Trophy and Silver in commonwealth games.
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    Ramandeep Singh Hockey

    Indian Field Hockey Player
    Ramandeep Singh is a professional Field Hockey player who was born on 1st April 1993 in Punjab. He plays as forward position from Uttar Pradesh Wizards. He is also a part of National Hockey Team and won many medals for his team. He won two Gold Medal in Champion Trophy and Commonwealth games and two gold in Asian games and Asia Cup.
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